This and That

A dear friend gave me fresh picked oranges from her tree. Wow! What a treat!

Another puzzle finish. This was called 90s Icons. It was a fun blast from the past!

It’s been a bit chilly here at night so Winslow was rocking her unicorn hoodie.

A blank wall….. I want to create a bulletin board of sorts here. Something that I can pin finished quilts to, but won’t look bad left empty. I also don’t want anything that will ruin the wall when removed, but can handle the weight of quilts. I can’t get a full or even a half sheet of foam insulation into my Mini Cooper, so there is that. I’ve seen felt, pinnable squares, but the hanging part eludes me.

Lastly, look at this lovely lady! She turned 91 last weekend. She has been so much more to me than just my MIL. She has been a mentor, teacher, sounding board, prayer warrior, and the dearest of friends. It was so good to see her. Love you, Mama Mim!

Have a great day!


About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing adult kids, and a former librarian. I love making everything from traditional quilts to art quilts. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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6 Responses to This and That

  1. lois92346 says:

    Wow! Your dear mother-in-love is BEAUTIFUL! And her birthday cake is AWESOME! I, myself, just turned 80 on January 25th. I had a wonderful birthday with all three of my kids (3 different states) in attendance. Winslow looks adorable!

  2. They sell command hooks these days that will hold quite a bit of weight and they don’t ruin the walls when removed. Also, Lowes or Home Depot will deliver those big insulation boards if that’s what you really want 😉

  3. Happy Birthday to you MIL, she is a beautiful lady!

  4. Sandi says:

    Happy Birthday to o your MIL! She’s a beautiful lady. Winslow looks adorable. Hugs,

  5. Dotti Hossler says:

    What a beautiful “young”lady celebrating her birthday.

  6. Cherie Moore says:

    I use magnetic white board strips with push pin shaped earth magnets to hold up my quilts. Maybe that could be a solution for you?

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